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obama talking. >> rule that has been put forward by the fda, the secretary has reviewed, she is comfortable with. i'm comfortable with the decision with the decision they made right now based on solid, scientific evidence for girls that are 15 and over. >> eric: we didn't see them talking about it. president obama says 15-year-olds having access to the morning-after pill. where is the coverage? besides here? >> bob: first of all this is tough segway. we went from clarence thomas to the morning-after pill. i don't think what he said was extraordinarily news making. he has made this point before. kathleen sebelius came out and said what she said and this judge gave it forget that. anywhere in the drugstore and i don't roo agree with all of that. i don't see where the newsworthyness. >> andrea: that is point. neither did the today show that many parents watch and i think you have democratic mothers who are watching this and seeing this, wait a minute, no, i don't want my 15-year-old to have access to this prescription without my knowledge or any prescription. if i were a mother
to take you back to the white house correspondents' dinner where president barack obama is talking about his offensive in washington. >> i am not giving up. in fact, i'm taking my charm offense on the road. a texas barbecue with ted cruz. kentucky blue grass concert with rand paul. and a book burning with michele bachmann. my charm offense has helped me learn a few things in congress. it turns out, absolutely nothing. but the point of my charm offensive is simple. we need to make progress on simple issues. take the sequester. republicans fell in love with this thing and now they can't stop talking about how much they hate it. it's like we're trapped in a taylor swift album. one senator who has reached across the aisle recently is marco rubio. but i don't know about 2016. i mean, the dguy has not even finished a single term in the senate and he thinks he's ready to be president. kids these days. i, on the other hand, have run my last campaign. on thursday, as ed mentioned, i went to the opening of the bush presidential library in dallas. it was a wonderful event and that inspired me to ge
>> as president obama continue to talk up the economic resurgence in this hemisphere as the focus of his three day trips south of the border. >> trade and commerce create good jobs florida people. >> the labor department reports the unemployment rate dropped seven point* 5% the lowest level in four years that more people were finding jobs than leaving the work force and in the dish with april's gains the government revised the february and march numbers suffered by a total of 114,000 jobs. >> we are gaining jobs over 160,000 and unemployment has taken down. >> there were still major warning signs they are struggling in not a single new job in april while construction employment fell for the first time in one year. the commerce department said orders to factories fell in march by the largest amount in seven months and 11 point* 6 billion workers who wanted jobber still unable to find one. >> we have to get this economy going, and not raising tax rates to have more people working we could do would it not for the drag of the president's health care law. >> their use in the jobs report to sage to and
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'll be watching. i thought they were talking about michelle obama but we'll see. angela rye and patricia murphy, thank you for your time. >> thank you, rev. >>> we'll be right back with one of the great movements of the 20th century. the election of nelson mandela. i was there. i will never forget it. stay with us. i wa s ha ving an affair i wa s ha with greek nonfat yogurt, 0% fat packed with protein thick and creamy look i'm in a committed relationship with activia and i've been happy now with activia greek i can have the best of both. activia greek. ♪ dannon some brokerage firms are. but way too many aren't. why? because selling their funds makes them more money. which makes you wonder -- isn't that a conflict? search "proprietary mutual funds." yikes! then go to e-trade. we've got over 8,000 mutual funds, and not one of them has our name on it. we're in the business of finding the right investments for you. e-trade. less for us. more for you. the fund's prospectus contains its investment objectives, risks, charges, expenses, and other important information and should be read and considere
power and yet there's president obama today exasperated, talking about how his hands are tied hereby can do nothing. it is a national security matter on which he just has no authority to fix the problem. because even as the cheney doctrine of executive power lives on and the congress wants to foist on the presidency the constitutionally inconceivable power to wage war forever on his own say-so without checking with anybody, despite all that, on this one issue on an offshore issue in communist cuba, on this one thing the congress has decided to get up on its hynde legs and tell the president, no, mr. president, you are don't get to decide, we do. >> i've asked to review everything we've done in guantanamo, and i'm going to reengage with congress to try to make the case that this is not something in the best interest of the american people and it's not sustainable. the notion we're going to continue to keep over a hundred individuals in no man's land in perpetuity, even at a time when we've wound down the war in iraq, we're winding down the war in afghan stan, we're having success defeatin
? >> doing all right. your lead story talking about president obama's et putti house democrats in a tough spot. how is that helping? >> health care's become a problem in general for democrats right now if you think about it in two different areas. one, the budget that the president put forward does go after entitlement spending in a specific way which you talk about a lot on this show. for house democrats, they feel like running off the election that complicates their lives because they like to attack republicans for trying to reduce spending on entitlement programs. that's one box. there's a new poll out this morning by the kaiser foundation that shows that support for the obama health care law has dropped eight points. it's now at about 34%. and you saw in the debate last night where she was distancing herself from the obama health care law. i think there's a lot of democrats worried that the implementation has been very difficult, unpopular, particularly for small business owners and it could be very problematic for them in off-year elections, much like it was in 2010. >> i read a "wal
in a cafe. if the "new york times" can find him why can't we? >> talk about a brotherly bond. forget the terrorists, it's the media and the white house. media radicalized to obama. benghazi gets a shrug. a gay athlete gets a husmght that's how our media goes these days. if the story is too difficult, they avoid it. watergate, nixon lied, but nobody died. and benghazi, four dead, white house went to bed. >> andrea: bob, we know that this suspect as well as was in tunisia at a certain point that administration could have had him extradited, they didn't. at this point are you willing to say there has been some incompetence on the highest levels at the administration? >> bob: that goes without saying. i think first of all tunisias did not offer one two and i want to give them the benefit of the doubt. they have got this guy and identified him. trying to use him to find other people involved in this. that's the best hope i can get out of this. in terms of people testifying in front of the administration of course they can go forward and testify. are they going to give themselves in troubl
first national television interview? >> you know what this is -- my first talking about myself. when president obama first ran the first time, i was a surrogate for him on some tv shows. this is the first time, yeah. >> good. i want people to look back on this and use this video when you are in your presidential campaign, i don't know, 20 years down the road or when ever that's going to happen. it is my honor to say that linda forry, the history maker in boston gets tonight's last word. thank you, linda. >> thank you, lawrence. >> chris haste is up next. >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes, and thank you for joining us. tonight, our not so long national nightmare of slightly longer waits at domestic airports is over, but the same can't be said for cancer clinics and other programs hit by the sequester. we'll talk to the people who are trying to fix this. >>> and a small explosion at a florida school set off a firestorm of controversy, i'll tell you why. >>> all that, plus click3. >>> first, a fairly huge development in boston today as three additional suspects were arrest
. tonight, the death penalty and the bombing suspect. does the obama administration want to strike a deal that spares his life? i'll talk about that with the former director of national intelligence in just a moment. i will also ask him about president obama defending the fbi's handling of the boston bombing investigation, insisting there was no intelligence breakdown. listen to what the president said. >> the russian intelligence services had alerted u.s. intelligence about the older brother as well as the mother, indicating that they might be sympathizers to extremists. the fbi investigated that older brother. it's not as if the fbi did nothing. >> the president is also responding to senator lindsey graham who is comparing boston to benghazi, saying the ultimate blame falls on the white hse
a little extra support in other places. 71% of the hispanic vote. 71%. 73% voted for president obama. but the black vote was spectacular. he got 93% of the black vote. talk about a consensus, that is a consensus. the key was the black voter turnout. making just about 12% of the eligible voters in the country. they turned up 13% of the total votes from last year. for the first time ever, voters turn out at a higher rate than white voters overall last year. in fact, if they turned out at the same rate as they did back in 2004, governor romney would have actually won the election. it's not clear that the democratic party can repeat last year's performance. but one thing is clear. everything the republican party did was inadequate. they certainly demonstrated that the republican party has a lot of thinking to do. they better find some better thinkers if they are going to be competitive in the next. the president and his transportation secretary. apparently not a requisite for the job. the dramatic new report from the epa signals a dramatic shift in the debate of refracting. john roberts
, not because they disagree with them, because they didn't want to help or even be seen helping president obama. why am i not surprised? tonight we'll talk to erica laugherty whose mother is the courageous sandy hook principal who died protecting those kids. she confronted a u.s. senator who voted against that bill. that was a tough moment for her. and a much tougher moment for the so-called senator. >>> what do we do about gitmo? this is a tough one. especially around progressives. no country wants to take the prisoners that we have. we can't just let them go, can we? how long can the united states actually hold prisoners without taking them to trial? >>> also, jon stewart said it best. he always does. congress only cares about meals on wheels when those meals are coming down the aisle on a nice airplane. tonight the head of the meals on wheels program himself is coming here to talk about the suffering because of these cuts, because of the sequestration. >>> and by now, everyone should know, you don't tug on superman's cape. you don't spit into the wind. and you don't mess around with governor
that president obama can take on his own starting now. >> so that is yet, right? you talked to the white house today, howard. >> yes. >> did they give you a sense of what the content of what those steps, affirmative steps, my look like? >> i asked them and got an explanation to the assistant of the national security adviser. she said they're going to appoint a new person at the state department to take over the role of looking through these cases. that's something they had let lapsed. >> david freed had overseen this, overseen deals to get about 40 or so folks transferred. he had left and not been replaced. >> the fact that they hadn't replaced them showed where their actions were. secondly, they said we admit that the pentagon hasn't done enough to look through on a case-by-case basis for possible waivers that the congress gave the administration power to do. and she said they're going to start doing that very actively. so i think the proof is going to be in the administrative actions, and the key that the president used that caught your eye and mine was the word administrative. he complained
as he has through the presidency between issues and crises not of his choice, obama seemed like a spectator as if he resigned himself to a reactive presidency. we have always talked about the thunder heads in congress. >> even when you were there. >> the exception. >> can i correct you? especially when i was there. there were more thunder heads per square inch. >> i covered congress before you, joe, it was even worse then. >> we are at a strange point where the president is not even six months into his second term and he already looks like a lame duck to many people who are top analyst. >> this is a familiar pattern sometimes in second terms but if you look back at six months and where barack obama thought he might be today, i hate to use this analogy but he is like my washington nationals. expectations are pretty high and barely keeping his head above water. i agree with sam's examples but the sequestration itself -- >> isn't it fascinating, al? i remember a lot of us talking to the president before and talking to president's people, they really believed that the re-election wo
will continue to talk to investigators now that he's been read his rights. wolf? >> so they now have a fingerprint and they have dna -- that's a good start in this investigation i am sure. susan, thanks very much. >>> president obama took the podium at a last-minute news conference today telling reporters all levels of law enforcement have handled this investigation in his words in an exemplary fashion. our crime and justice correspondent joe johns is taking a closer look at how federal officials are responding to the tragedy. he's got new information. joe? >> wolf, from a justice standpoint, this case is still really in its infancy but the director of national intelligence is already heading up an effort to try to determine whether any signals were missed that could have prevented the boston bombing. with the criminal investigation of the alleged boston bombers still in full swing including the search for possible accomplices, tuesday president obama defended the government's handling of tamerlan tsarnaev, who the fbi investigated back in 2011. the intelligence community is now doin
. overall, 42% of those polled, almost half, were not aware obama care is actually on the books. >>> finally, i'm going to be talking later about last night's great south carolina congressional debate between mark sanford and elizabeth colbert-busch. apparently sanford had unfinished business after deb e debating, if you will, this cardboard cutout of nancy pelosi, house minority leader, on a street corner last week. >> nancy pelosi is running hundreds of thousands of dollars in ads. this is an important point. with all due respect to nancy pelosi, whose name i will raise again, these increasing taxes that pelosi and friends oftentimes are trying to level on them, nancy pelosi's pac, whose voice will be carried? >> is nancy pelosi running in south carolina? sanford mentioned pelosi over a half dozen times in that debate. we'll get back to that later. >>> up next, the gun vote backlash. senators are paying for it in the polling out there. that's ahead. you're watching "hardball." the place for politics. at's 3 m, 2 newborns. it's no wonder i'm getting gray. but kate -- still looks like...kat
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? >> i'm still friends with you, joe. what are you talking about? >> very nice. >> what i think on obama care is if you think that's anything an impact, a, i think you have to explain why, for example, on the day they announce that mandate is legal in a surprise the stock market barely hosas any hiccup. that will stop dropping the unemployment rate. you will replace 40-hour a week people with two 20-hour-a-week people. if you see average hours going way down with the unemployment rate falling you would say, okay. >> you really don't think businesses can control whether they -- like restaurants -- you don't think this will affect them? zandi would never go -- >> that's the right thing to add is on the margin. the number of companies right around the 50 threshold or the number of employees going to be right around. >> he was up for a big government job and still came out and said that. >> austin is right. proof positive. >> let me ask. you ask him when you want an expert, right? >> always ask kevin. >> i'm going to make you head of the bls if i can ever get in there. and i will say bls is
or loss in vision or hearing. this is the age of taking action. viagra. talk to your doctor. >> president obama is in mexico right now. he'll be on hand to celebrate mexico's economic successes over the last few years. that's how it works now. see, if president obama wants to celebrate an economic success, he actually has to leave the country and go to another place because, yeah, that's the way it works. >> gretchen: ooo. that was a bit of a dig. >> steve: and president obama still in mexico this morning. that's where chief white house cor suspendent ed right now. it sounds like the president believes congress is inching closer to a deal, right? >> immigration reform, that's right. good morning. it's interesting because the president is in position now where as you know, this week he crossed the 100-day threshold to the start of his second term. he's largely empty handed on some of those big legacy items that he wants, like gun control, like a grand bargain budget deal. but he does believe he's inch closer to an immigration deal. he's been meeting with the mexican president and in a join
. >> greta: massachusetts is typically a democratic state. president obama did very well in massachusetts. congressman markey is running on the obama agenda. how do you compete with that? >> i'm running against a person the poster boy for term limits. if we continue to talk about this, more person responsibility, more personal freedoms, that's resonating with republicans, and moderate democrats in the state. we could go in the urban areas and expand the party and be more inclusive. we're confident we'll bring a lot of independent and moderate democrats under our tent. we're very confident going into the general election here. >> greta: thank you very much. we did put in a call to congressman markey. he's unavailable this week. hopefully he'll join us some time. thank you, mr. gomez. >> please go to gomezfor.com. >> greta: coming up, the hunt for the killer of an 8-year-old girl taking a new turn tonight. the latest is next. and remember college student amanda knox? she's telling all. hear what she says about the interrogation that led to her it's a brand new start. your chance to rise and
in libya. >> president asked why survivors have not been allowed to talk to member of congress. he said he wasn't aware anyone had been prerent from testifying about the attack and promised to along into it. a california congressman darryl isis pushing hearing. mr. obama says his focus is on the future. >> what i've been clear about from the start is that our job with respect to benghazi has been to find out exactly what happened. to make sure that u.s. embassies, not just in the middle east but around the world, are safe and secure. and to bring those who carried it out to justice. >> a special ops member who survived the attack says the military could have sent help from croatia. military officials have said that no help could have gotten there in time. >> shepard: wendell, thank you. police say the man who murdered a little girl her own home is still out there somewhere and on the run. investigators say they don't seem to have a suspect, at least just yet. the latest on the search is next. also, the first crack in the ban on internet poker. some players are back to gambling legally with
, president obama got great reviews saturday night at the white house correspondents' dinner. behind the laughs as always with humor was political truther, at least from the mouth or brain of the person talking. this was great because he got shots off other night of people he didn't like too much. this is "hardball,". the place for politics. to treat my low testosterone, my doctor and i went with axiron, the only underarm low t treatment. axiron can restore t levels to normal in about 2 weeks in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18 or men with prostate or breast cancer. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant and children should avoid contact where axiron is applied as unexpected signs of puberty in children or changes in body hair or increased acne in women may occur. report these symptoms to your doctor. tell your doctor about all medical conditions and medications. serious side effects could include increased risk of prostate cancer; worsening prostate symptoms; decreased sperm count; ankle, feet or body swelling; enlarged or painfu
also tell you, so will obama care. so we have seen the tables set for 2014. >> if you talk to operatives this week, they point to the polling out there that seems to suggest that democrats who voted against this may be taking a hit. democrats who voted for it are doing better. mary landrieu being one of those down in louisiana. so we're back to looking at polling. >> and back to looking at regions. yes, it was partisan in the sense that four republicans voted for it and four democrats voted against it. but nonetheless, it had to do with region. i think we see that more and more when you watch the nra. there are pockets, and that's why it's such a difficult run in the house. because they're not running statewide. they're running in their districts, which can be very, very anti-any more gun control. >> and what about immigration? marko rubio was on the cover of "the national review." he's been taking a lot of heat from conservatives. could the boston bombing and that case have an impact? we've heard people say yes, it should be taken into consideration. will it have an impact
of a book. obviously you didn't vote for president obama. first off, how do you survive? first thing we should take from your book? >> hey, brian, good to see you this morning. and first thing i want to mention is everything i'm talking about is in detail at foxnews.com, opinion section. the article is up there. and the way you survive is stop complaining. don't just get mad, get even. and so you've got to figure out ways to prosper on every move obama's going to make and it's pretty obvious he's going to spend, spend, spend and add to the debt and add to the entitlements. my book shows you an 18-point plan. >> brian: let's go over a few of those plans. invest in medical, real estate and medical stocks. this is all about obamacare, you think they're going to prosper there? >> well, here is the deal, brian. we know that whatever government spends money on, they spend and spend and spend and waste and waste and waste and nobody oversees it and they just waste trillions, literally, on medical care. so invest in pharmaceutical stocks, biotech stocks, in medical technology, and in medical re
.5%. lori: thank you. melissa: president obama holding a last-minute press briefing. rich had said is standing by. rich: one line that really stuck out to us is he said it is his job to make congress behave. he is talking about a large deficit deal. he wants to do so to eliminate some tax loopholes. >> there are content solutions to our problems right now. i cannot force republicans to embrace those common sense solutions. i can urge them do, i can put pressure on them, i can, you know, rallied the american people around those, you know, common sense solutions. ultimately, they themselves will have to say, i want to do the right thing. there are members who understand that deep down. they are worried about their politics. it is tough. rich: the problem politically for the president is he says he prefer a broader deficit deal. he has signed laws like the faa so quested that ended those furloughs for air traffic control towers. we continue in washington with republicans resisting. back to you. melissa: thank you, richard. coming up, we will get lou dobbs take off president obama's co
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